The visitors dominated possession in the first half but they were unable to break down the Cherries, who scored four goals in the second half.
"It's becoming much more hard, but you have to adapt to a manager and that's very important".
"I don't want to change something that isn't working, I want to see it play well and then we look to change something". We believed we had finally found a manager capable of instilling an attractive style of play, while still being able to win us the silverware that we crave season after season. "We have only to say sorry to our fans". "We need to solve the problem".
Despite accusations that opponents have started to find his tactics predictable - Eddie Howe's side become the latest team to effectively shackle deep-lying playmaker Jorginho - Sarri, who arrived on three-year contract before the start of this season, maintained he will stick to what he knows.
I would much, much prefer the lad to stay but I understand he wants games of football. "In that moment I wanted to talk to them alone, without anybody".
The Stamford Bridge outfit has declared the forward is simply not for sale with Maurizio Sarri recently stating Hudson-Odoi should "respect" the club. I can't understand why everyone assumes you would go to Bayern Munich and be guaranteed to play more than you would at Chelsea.
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"I am not saying that Sarri should change his principles".
"But in this match it was different".
"I think that my job is always at risk and I love my job for this reason". Of course about the mentality.
After a stunning 4-0 reversal at Bournemouth, Chelsea dropped to fifth behind Arsenal on goal-difference and just two points ahead of Manchester United. Sarri asked the squad why they appeared to disregard what they had worked on in training and seemed unable to execute the basics of his tactical plans.
A tight 1-0 or 2-1 defeat you can put down to a "glitch in the system" but a loss of that scale (their biggest in the league in 22 years) is a concern, especially with the race for top four looking so tight this season.
Robbed of their standout performer, Bournemouth's liquid counter-attacks continued to flow and Junior Stanislas and King combined 16 minutes from time.